Juno Markets Launches New Website, Upgrades Offering with ‎Recognia Signals

Juno Markets, an Asia-focused global brokerage,‎ ‎has launched a refresh of its website to offer enhanced ‎usability and robust functionality wrapped up in an ‎elegant and professional look.‎

Juno Markets‎ expects its visitors to notice the positive ‎changes immediately and said that the new website is the first step to “shift its image beyond Asia” and “create a more global reach.”

The redesign is also a response to customers looking for an ‎easier way to find extensive information to help them ‎understand Juno Markets‎’ complete range of trading ‎solutions.

Juno Markets operates as a brokerage serving a wide ‎range of clientele in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, ‎providing foreign exchange and contracts-for-‎difference services to both retail and institutional ‎clients.‎

Overall, the new site provides a fresh look that is easy to ‎use and informative, providing visitors with an easier ‎way to learn about what the New Zealand -headquartered broker does and how ‎to get involved.‎

Apart from the modern look, Juno Markets is forging another strategic partnership, joining forces ‎with Ottawa-based Recognia, a leader in ‎providing technical analysis for retail brokers.‎

Recognia’s advanced algorithms constantly monitor global markets to deliver clear and easy to understand interpretation of daily trading trends. Traders ‎can use the information to plan trades across several asset classes, within the context of potential trends signaled ‎by over 30 types of chart patterns, candlesticks, indicators and oscillators. ‎The tools include an email alert function, alerting traders ‎when events of significance occur, using a wide range of parameters based on technical analysis.‎

Commenting on this, Juno’s Marketing Manager, Jun Qiu, said: “We have always prided ourselves on the personal level of service we provide our clients and we ‎wanted to create a website that reflects this. At the same ‎time, our goal was to deliver an easy to navigate site with the same client functions and accessibility ‎available on a mobile phone as on desktop.”‎

Arthur Le, CEO of Juno Markets, added: “We have always believed in being local, and that ‎means providing customer service in languages and local payment methods that our clients are used to. We will only expand to countries when we are confident that our ‎clients can receive the service they expect.” ‎

(Photo: Juno Markets)

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